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Rare skeleton found in Bolivia pyramid
Posted on Monday, 7 May, 2007 |
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Archaeologists have uncovered the 1,300-year-old skeleton of a ruler or priest of the ancient Tiwanaku civilisation together with precious jewels inside a much-looted pyramid in western Bolivia.
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on 10 May, 2007, 13:06
That's an awesome find! Hopefully the corpse will give a broader insight on the culture of the ancient Tiwanaku civilisation.
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